When do you let your inner-crazy come out to play in the world?
On your own? With a significant other? With certain friends or family members?
Chances are there is a whole world within you waiting to burst out. A side of you that many people have never experienced. This is no bad thing. It’s not dishonest. It’s a big part of being an introvert and/or HSP. The question is, when do you let it out? If indeed you do…
What do I mean; “inner-crazy”?
It’s the part of you that is playful, at peace with itself, excited about life within moments of joy, not striving for or scared of attention. Firmly rooted within the moment, expressing the essence of itself.
It’s what you see in some of your dreams, displays of madness where the mind is trying to communicate with itself, some deep truth about how you see the world. A dance, in stark yet gentle opposition to the way things are done. It’s a cheekiness, a playfulness, a provocative curiosity which questions the world by rejecting certain constraints placed on it.
- Social Restraints
- Emotional Restraints
- Creative Restraints
- Physical Restraints
In this episode we explore our inner crazy, and how we can let it out to play in a gentle, natural way. (I don’t ask WHETHER you have an inner-crazy…I know you do. Everyone does!)
Ever had someone say “and I thought you were the sensible, quiet one” in response to discovering some surprising fire in your belly? In the show I explain why this is a good thing to hear, however annoying it might be.
We look at how to react when you fear that people don’t like the “real you” as you open up. Hint, it might not be them…it might be you.
When we hold stuff in, keep those pieces to ourselves, and save our inner madness for the shadows we deny the world something beautiful. In holding it back from the world, you deny it from something it needs: pure expressions of your authentic and refined self. It requires vulnerability and courage and it’s not always easy. We address all of that in this episode…